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Since everyone else is doing it... Dog portrait

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Tigerneko, Apr 16, 2011.


  1. Tigerneko

    Tigerneko PetForums VIP

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    Can you guess whose dog it is :D

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    It took me ages, I hope you all appreciate the effort that went into my masterpiece :nono:
     
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  2. McKenzie

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    Hey it's McKenzie!!! :D Such a likeness :rolleyes:
     
  3. thedogsmother

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    Youre very talented, nowhere near as good as me but talented none the less. Did it take you long to do?
     
  4. Tigerneko

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    See, told you I was good - got it in one :lol: I think it really captures her character :D

    You were my inspiration to become such an artist, I saw your work and thought I'd do my own take on your style :) it took a very long time, it's one of my best pieces and I really put my heart and soul into this one :smile:
     
  5. kimdelyse

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    Well, since everyone is showing off their talents...

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  6. McKenzie

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    Awww what a lovely picture of Flo :D:D:D
     
  7. Tigerneko

    Tigerneko PetForums VIP

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    That is just incredible, I'd be on the phone to the Tate Modern if I was you :eek:
     
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    Hi, you two are incredible I have never seen such lifelike artwork, I dread to think how much time went into such masterpieces. wayne.

    P.s. Do you sell your work?, do you undertake commissions?
     
  9. Tigerneko

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    Depends how much you're offering :D
     
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    Hi, It's probably way beyond my means. wayne.
     
  11. Tigerneko

    Tigerneko PetForums VIP

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    Well I could do a more basic one for a better price, that's one of my more intricate works.

    Hey Kimdelyse, maybe we could collaborate and create something that will be remembered for generatons, like that moaning Lisa woman, never understood what her problem was :confused:
     
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    Mona Lisa was supposedly a MAN! :eek: So maybe that was her problem! I am loving your work, every thought of opening your own gallery!?
     
  13. SpringerHusky

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    I'll have a shot later for nowi'll leave you with my attempts of my klee kai character

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  14. Johnderondon

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    This first thing that strikes the viewer is the rawness and naked intensity of the work, the immediacy that leaps from the picture and grabs the eye to scream 'DOG'.

    A blistering honesty that questions our pretentions and preconceptions in ways that produce a liberation of the spirit and unshackling of inner dog-itity that lurks within us all. In stunning rejection of Fauvist conventionalism this magnificent piece encapsulates Primitivism in the way that Matisse tried, and failed, to do so many times. Verbatim captures the dichotomy of our relationship with canines and accentuates the essence of dogness while discarding the distractions of circumstantiality.

    A visual tour de force!
     
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  15. Tigerneko

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    That is just how I was about to describe it, took the words out of my mouth! Once I have painstakingly completed a few more magnificent works and opened my gallery (which is obviously only for posh people and eccentric elderly couples) then I will give you the honour of being the tour guide... You will have to carry out the tour in 46 languages but I'm sure it won't be a problem for a man of such fine understandings :D
     
  16. Eroswoof

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    :lol: Right :lol: I commission one of Bumble from this photo please


    :lol: *excited*

    Em
    xx
     

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  17. McKenzie

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    Well I couldn't resist this opportunity to display my own astonishing art skills, as well as do a fabulous portait of Kenzie's best buddy.

    I call it 'Bumble of fur' (get the pun???)
     

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    I fink it looks more like a bunnie..... Perhaps you should enter it in the Easter Photo Competition:thumbup:
     
  19. Eroswoof

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    :lol: :lol: I've downloaded it and saved it :D xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
     
  20. Eroswoof

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    Kenzie in snow :D xxxxxxxx
     

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